Who am I?

I am currently working as an Associate Professor in the School of Information Technology at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. I teach courses provided under the Interactive Multimedia & Design program.

I received my PhD from MIRALab, a world famous computer graphics laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland under the Directorship of Professor Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann.

I mainly teach 3 undergraduate courses (Multimedia Data Management, 3D Computer Graphics, and 3D Computer Animation) and one Graduate course (Multimedia Compression, Scalability, and Adaptation) and work on research topics in the area of computer graphics and multimedia

  • Dynamic Media Adaptation
  • Real-time Computer Graphics & Animation


Chris Joslin is currently an Associate Professor at Carleton University. He obtained Master’s degrees in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the University of Bath in the U.K., and in Virtual Reality and Information Systems from the University of Geneva, in Switzerland. He obtained his PhD in Network and Spatial Audio in Collaborative Virtual Environments also from the University of Geneva. During his time in Geneva he worked in the MIRALab group as the main researcher on several key European Union funded projects, which included doing research and development on collaborative virtual environments (VPARK), 3D spatial audio in virtual heritage environments (CAHRISMA), and media adaptation within the MPEG-21 framework (ISIS and DANAE); as well as research demonstrations at technology expositions (IST2000, in France).